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March 7, 2017 News & General

Despite considerable objections to their consultation “Fee proposals for grants of probate”, the Ministry of Justice has decided to go ahead with its proposed changes to the fees to obtain a Grant of Probate. The current fee scale is based on a flat fee of £215; or £155 if an authorised probate practitioner (such as…

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This article on AccountancyAge.com states the case very articulately as to why Accountants are better placed than solicitors for dealing with non-contentious probate cases. Don’t want to get authorised for probate yourself? You don’t need to. There are many firms of Accountants who are not intending to get authorised for probate work because they do…

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September 13, 2016 For Accountants

A recent article in The Telegraph described one person’s experience when she was appointed the co-executor on her friend’s estate. In the article, the co-executor expressed her surprise at the high costs involved when she was dealing with the estate – which include Inheritance Tax (IHT), solicitors, valuers and stockbrokers. Keeping costs down and speeding…

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